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Simpson, Partners Announce Creation of Health Services Leadership Program

The highlights of the program include a new undergraduate major and minor; a post-baccalaureate certificate; and workshops and conferences conducted under the auspices of Simpson’s Continuing & Graduate Programs. What makes the Simpson program unique is that it represents a two-year collaboration between the College and private industry to design an academic program. More…

This Wednesday: Simpson to Host Discussion on Issues Affecting Veterans

The discussion will feature Delbert Spurlock, former assistant secretary of the Army under the Reagan Administration. He will show a new short film and engage members of the Simpson community on several topics, including reinvigorating the concept of the “citizen-soldier” and how best to return veterans to civilian life. More…

Geophysicist, Norwalk Native to Discuss Climate Change at Simpson Event on Sept. 28

During the presentation, Breeding will explain the often misunderstood global definition of “climate change” and how it equates today to “global warming.” He will present evidence that our planet is warming at an increasing rate; explain the nature of past ice ages and what that means for the future; and describe the impact of those ice ages on our ancestors, Cro-Magnon people. More…

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Success of Students, Faculty Honored at Annual Convocation

Students and faculty were honored at the annual event, held April 23 in Smith Chapel. Spencer Waugh, instructor of Speech and Debate, received the 2015 Faculty Award for Campus Leadership. Dave Camwell, professor of music, received the 2015 Faculty Award for Distinguished Research. More…

Day Six: A Wonderful Week of Discovery Comes to a Close

Tech Trek is a national program sponsored by AAUW chapters and spans from Washington state to New Jersey. The camp originated in California in 1998 and has expanded to 21 camps across 10 states. In 2015, AAUW announced three new camps to be partially sponsored by a national grant, and Indianola was chosen as the first in the Midwest. More…